Urbana, OH Hearing Aids
Avada Audiology & Hearing Care in Urbana, OH is located in East Urbana at 888 East Court, conveniently next to Mercy Memorial Hospital. Our friendly office staff has happily been helping our Avada patients in central Ohio improve their lives through better hearing.
We offer the community of Urbana a wide variety and an affordable selection of hearing aids. The road to better hearing and a higher quality of life begins with a test, please contact our office today to receive a free hearing screening. There is no obligation to purchase hearing aids and no charge for your hearing screening and consultation at Avada Hearing Care Centers.
Avada is committed to serving anyone with hearing loss with the highest degree of integrity, professionalism, ethics, technology and service available to ensure the highest patient satisfaction.
If you have noticed a decline in yours or a loved one’s hearing it is imperative that you schedule a free hearing test with our office. Not only are you suffering from hearing loss, you also suffer from a diminished quality of life. Avada Hearing Centers are committed to helping citizens of the Urbana, OH community regain their hearing and the lifestyle they deserve.
We guide our patients through every step of the process – from your first appointment to your final fitting – to minimize inconvenience and ensure satisfaction. If you or a loved one is suffering from hearing loss, please do not hesitate to contact us today and discover the Avada Experience.
Monday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Tuesday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Wednesday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Thursday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Friday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Holly Bowman has worked in various capacities for Avada as a patient care coordinator, advancing as an audiology aide and now as a licensed hearing instrument specialist.
The enjoyment of helping others hear has propelled her career at Avada into more opportunities for Holly and her patients. Holly enjoys working with patients to improve their hearing and communication abilities.
Her experience in her own family with hearing loss, combined with sincere compassion for her patients, has helped her be a true friend to the hearing impaired. Her sister uses American Sign Language and attended the Rochester School for the Deaf. She has several family members who have been fitted with hearing aids.
Holly was raised in Urbana. She and her husband have followed the tradition, raising their family of three children in Urbana. Her current outside activities stem around her children’s school and sports activities